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Membership into ALCS

Becoming a member in the Australian Life Coaching Society, is an active demonstration of your social responsibility. It is a real testament of your beliefs in interdependence, in collaboration, in life long learning, and most importantly - in making a difference in your community. ALCS honors your activism and caring.

There are no ongoing fees in being a member, as we believe that the choice to reach out and make a difference is its own reward. There is just a small $30 joining fee for administrative purposes and verification. (If you're an active member of ICF, registration is free.)

With membership the coach will receive their own free section/s on this website, which can feature a personal profile, articles and listing in the directory - for the life of their membership. Also, based on involvement in ACLS and altruistic work, membership seals will be awarded so coaches can build trust with other on-line clients.

Membership in ALCS is therefore an active demonstration of 'walking the talk'. There are four levels of membership that reflect this commitment, and they'll be recognized through the use of the following post nominals:

ALCS Affiliate
The category of Affiliate membership (ALCSA) is open to coaches who:

  • have proven coaching or counseling experience, and/ or approved educational qualifications in the life coaching practice
  • committed to continuing their professional development and freely shares their coaching expertise altruistically whenever possible.

ALCSM Member
The category of Member (ALCSM) is open to coaches who have an established affiliate membership and:

  • actively participate in ALCS, whether this might be through establishing your own coaching circles, working with clients, contributing to newsletters, being active in workshops/ events, contributing administrative, fundraising or other professional skills, working on special projects, facilitating online seminars etc.
  • Members are expected to contribute a minimum of five hours per month of altruistic activity.

FALCS Fellow
The grade of Fellow of the Australian Life Coaching Society (FALCS), is open to members who demonstrate all of the capabilities above and:

  • are highly dedicated to the mission of ALCS and, as such, have either hold key leadership roles within the organization or show a strong commitment and contribution to social causes from a coaching or related perspective.
  • Fellows are expected to contribute a minimum of ten hours per month.

To begin your affiliation membership,
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